An old-time bean from the New England states, the white and maroon-mottled beans have long been a staple for baking and soups. This early, bush variety is also good as a snap bean. Wait until ground has warmed and dried to sow as they are susceptible to rot in cold, wet soils. Weak vining tendency does not require support. 90 days.
Care: Plant 3-4″ apart in rows 18-36″ apart in full sun.